Not only do jump cuts disrupt the continuity of images, they also disrupt the continuity of sound, which can be taken advantage of to dramatize the action. Conversely, sound can be used as a binder for the audience to maintain temporal consistency through mismatched shots. In the following excerpt, Garrison’s voice (in voice-over) binds muted shots of Oswald’s fleeing a crime scene in a completely random order (i.e. forwards or backwards in time). The scene is an evocation of Oswald possible attitude, a kind of Brownian motion that makes the character look as if he didn’t know which way to go. The visual jaggedness is not repeated with sound to better link the shots.